Another Step of Realism
It's one thing to announce that your company is adding two new authentic vehicles to the beta of your hotly-awaited upcoming sequel, ARMA 3. It's another to announce that you're going to be making training simulators for the US military. Yes, people, it seems that Bohemia Interactive has caught the eye of not only the gaming community, but in fact the world at large - resulting in a "Games for Training" contract which sees Bohemia Interactive and Calytrix, another developer, work on a program that will be utilized in the training of the US Army, Marines, as well as the Australian, New Zealand, Canadian, Netherlands and Swedish Armed Forces.
Although it's old news, it does indeed showcase how ARMA 3 is slowly taking the world by storm, and greatly increasing the publicity that Bohemia Interactive has been getting. Thus, alongside this new influx of fans, more protective and anti-griefer measures must be taken, and that's where the new BattlEye anti-cheat engine introduced in the latest update comes in. Alongside two vehicles in the APC Package, the OPFOR's BTR-K Kamysh, and the NATO IFV-6c Panther, the anti-cheat system would provide "a new layer of multiplayer security" as well as respond to multiplayer hacks.
Let's just hope that they won't get bugs when the Marines are playing their games.